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LEGO Ideas: The Flintstones

LEGO Ideas: The Flintstones
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Based on a proposal by LEGO Ideas member Andrew Clark, set #21316 includes minifigs of the Flintstones Fred and Wilma, and their neighbors Barney and Betty. It comes with the Flintstone residence, their car and even a huge dinosaur rib. They left out Dino though.

LEGO Catch and Spin Robots

LEGO Catch and Spin Robots

Mechanical LEGO master Akiyuky shows off a fun Great Ball Contraption module. This one features two tiny robots who clap their hands awaiting a ball delivery, then spin around and drop them into the next stage when they detect one in their grabby mitts.

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LEGO: The Great Escape

LEGO: The Great Escape

Nukazooka presents a fantastic LEGO fan film that’s as good as anything we’ve seen on the big screen. It’s a story of two minifigs attempting to escape their playroom at any cost – even if it means facing down a terrifying furry monster.

LEGO Ride of Blades

LEGO Ride of Blades

Take a trip on latest LEGO thrill ride from builder Shadow Elenter. Comprised of close calls with spinning saw blades, collapsing walls, and swinging swords, the ride plays out more like a level from God of War than an amusement park ride.

Incredible LEGO Micro City

Incredible LEGO Micro City

LEGO builder Luke Taylor shows off his labor of love for the last decade – a sprawling, futuristic city made from countless bricks. Like the real deal, it’s an ever-changing, ever-growing urban landscape. Another great video from Beyond the Brick’s Joshua Hanlon.

Full-size LEGO Silverado

Full-size LEGO Silverado

While it’s not as fast as the life-size LEGO Bugatti, this LEGO replica of a Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss is still quite the feat. It took 18 builders over 2,000 hours to construct from over 334,000 bricks. It’s on display at the 2019 NAIAS in Detroit.

LEGO Cycling Wheel

LEGO Cycling Wheel

Expert LEGO builder Yoshihito Isogawa shows off a really cool plaything he created using Technic parts. The motorized outer wheel provides enough speed to keep a Minifig and her recumbent bicycle upright and rolling without tipping over.

Melty Metal Minifigs

Melty Metal Minifigs

DaveHax shows us how to use silicone LEGO molds to create replicas of minifigs and other bricks using gallium, a very soft metal which is solid at room temperature, but turns back to liquid at about 30ºC (86ºF). He needs to mold a T-1000 figure from Terminator 2.

LEGO Supercar Bridge

LEGO Supercar Bridge

After assembling the epic LEGO Bugatti Chiron model, The Brick Wall decided his supercar needed a superbridge to go with. He built this impressive roadway from over 32,000 pieces, over the course of 96 hours. He even included LED streetlights for night viewing.

Raiders of the Lost Ark LEGO Diorama

Raiders of the Lost Ark LEGO Diorama

Teenager Caleb Watson built one of the best LEGO displays we’ve ever seen. It’s a kinetic diorama of the opening scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark. It breaks the scene down into multiple segments, including fetching the idol, and the boulder rolling after Indiana Jones.

Transforming LEGO Howitzer Tank

Transforming LEGO Howitzer Tank

LEGO master Shadow Elenter shows off another impressive Technic build. His latest creation is a Howitzer style tank that weighs in at 12 pounds. It has working treads, and some amazing weaponry, including a massive gun that plants itself to handle its recoil.

The LEGO Architecture Idea Book

The LEGO Architecture Idea Book
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Like to build structures with LEGO? Brick expert Alice Finch’s book is packed with over 1000 ideas for creating detailed brickwork, windows, columns, staircases, and lots of other architectural details for your models.

LEGO Creator Expert Corner Garage

LEGO Creator Expert Corner Garage

LEGO set 10264 is a 2500-piece, model of a 1950’s-style building loaded with details, including a fuel pump and vehicle lift, an animal hospital on the second floor, a furnished apartment on the top floor, and a roof deck for minifigs to sun themselves on. Drops 1/2019.

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LEGO Christmas Gift Box

LEGO Christmas Gift Box
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What better gift to give a LEGO fan than an official and limited edition LEGO gift box? This collectible set was originally given away to customers who purchased sets at LEGO stores. It contains a living room with two minifigs, a fireplace, a chair, and a toy train.

LEGO Micro Cities

LEGO Micro Cities
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Expert LEGO designer and builder Jeff Friesen presents an amazing book for LEGO fanatics, architecture fanatics, and anyone who enjoys building things. It includes plans for building 50 different models as part of 8 fantastic LEGO micro cities. Drops 10/30/18.

LEGO and Fakes vs Hydraulic Press

LEGO and Fakes vs Hydraulic Press

The guys from the Hydraulic Press Channel decided to take authentic LEGO bricks and put them up against some cheap knockoffs to see how they hold up to the weight of their press. We won’t spoil the results, but suffice it to say you won’t be crushing them under your feet.

The LEGO Movie 2 (Trailer 2)

The LEGO Movie 2 (Trailer 2)

Everything is not so awesome and all heck bricks loose as Emmet teams up with an oddly-familiar new friend to try and save Lucy and his friends. Margot Robbie, Tiffany Haddish, and Maya Rudolph join the cast of minifigs The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part.

Working LEGO Piano

Working LEGO Piano

LEGO Ideas contributor Sleepy Cow created this 2,798 piece model of a grand piano which features 25 working keys, complete with strings, pedals, and dampers. It doesn’t actually play music, but it’s still a mechanical marvel. If you’d like to see it produced, vote here.

The LEGO McDonald’s

The LEGO McDonald’s

Japanese LEGO builder Nipe Nipe decided the closest McDonald’s was too far away, and set up one that could be used at home. This vending machine can dispense burgers and drinks, while a friendly voice takes your order and asks if you’d like fries with that.

Force Flyers DIY Drone

Force Flyers DIY Drone
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The DIY drone kit gives you everything you need to build a quadrotor with building blocks (or add on to it with LEGO). It’s also great for teaching kids about aerodynamics and weight distribution. Grab it at an early Black Friday price in The Awesomer Shop.

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The LEGO Trains Book

The LEGO Trains Book
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Do you aspire to someday make an awesome LEGO railway like this one? Holger Matthes’ book could be the place to start. The hardcover book features 248 pages packed with the history of LEGO trains, and instructions for building your own working LEGO railroad.

LEGO Halloween Candy Launcher

LEGO Halloween Candy Launcher

LEGO machine maker JK Brickworks follows up last year’s Halloween candy dispenser with an even better one. His latest machine spins round and round, and flings candy bars at the kids. Want one? Buy the LEGO 17101 BOOST Creative Toolbox, and follow the directions here.

MOCHUB

MOCHUB

This new community lets LEGO builders submit their own unique designs, then have them packaged up for others to buy based on a provided parts list and build instructions. Some of the first kits include awesome designs by JK Brickworks, Felix Jaensch, and Nicolas Lespour.

LEGO Ideas Pop-up Book

LEGO Ideas Pop-up Book
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Inspired by a design submitted by Grant Davis and Jason Allemann, this 859-piece LEGO kit lets builders create two different scenes inside the “pages” of a pop-up book, each based on a classic fairy tale – Little Red Riding Hood or Jack and the Beanstalk. Drops 11/1/18.

LEGO Laser Projector

LEGO Laser Projector

Yoshihito Isogawa shows off another impressive build. He used LEGO Technic and Mindstorms parts, along with mirrors and a laser pointer to create a mechanism that can project laser patterns on the wall by rapidly modulating its reflector. Here’s another variant he also made.

LEGO Forma

LEGO Forma

LEGO hops on the crowdfunding bandwagon with Forma. Meant to be a relaxing project for adults, the first kit lets you assemble a skeleton for an 11″ long mechanical fish. It comes with a koi skin, but you can also get a shark skin, and two other koi skins.

LEGO Bubble Blower Machine

LEGO Bubble Blower Machine

Brick fanatic Sariel shows off one of his most creative builds yet – a LEGO machine that uses a rotating loop of bubble wands and and a spinning fan blade to blow soap bubbles. Yes, there are off-the-shelf machines that do the same, but they’re not made from LEGO.

LEGO Vestas Wind Turbine

LEGO Vestas Wind Turbine

Based on a rare 2008 set, this 826-piece LEGO Creator Expert Vestas Wind Turbine lets you build a 39″ tall version of the energy capture devices you see popping up in the countryside. Its tiny trees are the first LEGO parts made from sustainable plant-based plastic. Drops 11/23/18.

Force Flyers DIY Drone

Force Flyers DIY Drone
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These DIY drone kits come with everything you need to assemble a 6-axis gyro, flip-capable, beginner-friendly drone, all while learning STEM concepts. They’re compatible with LEGO and other building blocks for customization. Grab one in The Awesomer Shop.

LEGO Glockenspiel Automaton

LEGO Glockenspiel Automaton

LEGO fan Daniele Benedettelli shows off a nifty brick build – a little dude who plays a five key glockenspiel as his crank is turned. It can be “programmed” with music by adjusting the sequence of blocks on the chain below.

DIY Wooden LEGO Bricks

DIY Wooden LEGO Bricks

Pask Makes likes to build objects out of scrap wood. He recently attempted to make his own LEGO-style building blocks, and came to find it’s much more difficult than you might think due to the precision required to make them stack. Watch his earlier attempt here.

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